Dorsey, Ea­gles up­set Cavs, 3-1, in girls soc­cer

McDonogh’s Weiner scores game-win­ner in field hockey

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Ju­lia Dorsey scored twice dur­ing a 3-0 run in the first half and No. 4 McDonogh up­set No. 1 Arch­bishop Spald­ing, 3-1, in girls soc­cer Tues­day.

The host Ea­gles im­proved to 4-1-1 and 3-1-1 In­ter­scholas­tic Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion of Mary­land A Con­fer­ence, and the Cava­liers fell to 7-2-2 and 3-1-1.

“When you go up 3-0 against a qual­ity team like Spald­ing, you have to de­fend to pro­tect the lead,” McDonogh coach Harry Canel­lakis said. “They started out fast but didn’t score. We worked our way back into the game.”

Abby Hanks had the lone goal for Spald­ing, as­sisted by Kait­lyn Keaton.

“We had a lot of chances, but un­for­tu­nately it didn’t go our way,” Spald­ing coach Ashly Kennedy said.

McDonogh won by the same score in their pre­vi­ous game, against John Car­roll on Sept. 29.

SEV­ERN 5, SE­TON KEOUGH 1: Eileen Do­herty had three goals and an as­sist to power the Ad­mi­rals (7-4-1, 6-0-1 IAAM B Con­fer­ence) past the host Ga­tors (3-5, 2-3).

Boys soc­cer

NO. 11 FALL­STON 3, PAT­TER­SON MILL 0: Jared Puglisi, Jake Kauff­man and Cayn­nan Tay­lor scored to lead the Cougars (8-1) past the host Huskies (3-6).

NO. 15 CH­E­SA­PEAKE-AA4, ARUNDEL3: Greg Adams scored twice to help the host Cougars (6-1) beat the Wild­cats (1-7).

LANS­DOWNE 6, NEW TOWN 0: Lans­downe ju­nior Muang Hnai had three goals, Jose Munoz added two and Os­car Madrid Molina had one to lead the un­beaten Vik­ings (5-0-1) to a 6-0 tri­umph over New Town (3-1-1). Jared Jones had 11 saves for the Ti­tans. Lans­downe’s Ling Har (11) gets the ball be­tween New Town’s Moses Mugisha (9) and Ye­ab­sra Ge­bre­gior­gis. The un­beaten Vik­ings topped the Ti­tans, 6-0. ding scored the next two to go up. McDonogh’s Blair Pearre tied the score with nine min­utes left in reg­u­la­tion.

Andie Al­dave fin­ished with a goal and an as­sist for the Ea­gles.

NO. 5 SOUTH RIVER 1, SEVERNA PARK 0: Maia Cheeks’ goal off a scram­ble roughly six min­utes into the game gave the vis­it­ing Sea­hawks (9-1) the early mar­gin, and their play the rest of the way made the goal stand. The Fal­cons fell to 5-4. Fit­tingly, to­ward the end of the game with Severna Park press­ing for a po­ten­tial ty­ing goal, Cheeks’ steal at mid­field with a minute left turned the ball back over to the Sea­hawks and they ran out the clock to se­cure their sixth straight win.

“It’s re­ally im­por­tant for ev­ery­one to work to­gether on the field,” Cheeks said.

“All the lit­tle pulls, lit­tle stops and dodges are im­por­tant. We al­ways say ‘lit­tle vic­to­ries,’ be­cause that’s what re­ally pulls us to­gether.”

NO. 7 MARRIOTTS RIDGE 4, HOWARD1: Caro­line Blalock had a hat trick and sis­ter Sarah Blalock had two as­sists to lead the host Mus­tangs (5-2-1) past the Lions (2-4).

Marriotts Ridge led 2-0 to start the sec­ond half.

ARUNDEL1, NO. 10 CH­E­SA­PEAKE-AA 0: Re­becca Lloyd scored the game-win­ner in the first half and the host Wild­cats (7-3) up­set the Cougars (7-3).

NO. 15 JOHN CAR­ROLL 3, MOUNT DE SALES 0: Emma Gro­macki made12 saves in her sec­ond shutout of the sea­son as the host Pa­tri­ots (6-2, 2-0 IAAM B Con­fer­ence) beat the Sailors (9-3, 2-1).

PAT­TER­SON MILL 4, PERRY HALL 2: The Huskies (5-5) were led by Elise Alders, Syd­ney Beck, Sarah Duff and Jas­mine Sabol with one goal each. The host Ga­tors fell to 2-6.

Girls vol­ley­ball

NO. 2 HOWARD D. GLENELG, 3-0: Anna Jez­er­ski and Sarah Sweet had nine kills each to lead the host Lions (7-1) past the Gla­di­a­tors (3-6). Howard won, 25-22, 25-4, 25-15. NO. 4 ARUN­DEL D. GLEN BURNIE, 3-0: Tay­lor Wig­glesworth had seven kills and Ali­cia El­dredge added 23 as­sists to help the host Wild­cats (7-1) de­feat the Go­phers (0-7). Arun­del won, 25-14, 25-14, 25-4. NO. 5 ATHOLTON D. RIVER HILL, 3-2: Sam Miller had 21 kills and Lisa Zoch had16 kills to lead the host Raiders (5-3) past the Hawks (1-6).

Atholton won, 19-25, 25-14, 22-25, 25-23, 15-12.

MOUNT DE SALES D. NO. 14 NOTRE DAME PREP, 3-0: Coach Tuan Nguyen said he sensed a cer­tain con­fi­dence about his Sailors when they took the floor against the vis­it­ing Blaz­ers.

Mount de Sales (4-4) needed just over an hour to dis­patch Notre Dame Prep, 25-20, 25-20, 25-23, in a three-game sweep in an IAAM A Con­fer­ence match.

The Sailors, led by se­nior Mary Popp (12 kills) and sopho­more Malina Bei­de­man (10 digs), hardly looked like the team that started the sea­son 1-4.

Mount de Sales was ef­fi­cient serv­ing, crisp with its pass­ing and gen­er­ally smart at the net.

Se­nior Brooke Newell led the Blaz­ers with 11 kills and seven digs.


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